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The Sony Wonder Technology Lab is an interactive technological museum built in New York City to celebrate man?s achievements in science, technology and telecommunication. The building where it is currently being held once belonged to telecom giant AT&T until it was sold to Sony in 2002. The museum provides visitors a chance to experience the latest technologies in a high-quality and family-friendly learning environment.

The museum focuses on information technology and communication and caters to both children and adults. Museum visitors and patrons can find out first hand some of the technological advancements that have been achieved with the help of Sony. A wide number of of exhibits are currently housed in the Wonder Tech Lab such as the sensi-tile which moves and responds to a person?s touch with uses lights to create the illusion of reflections and movements such as a waves.

Besides marvelling at the various exhibits, the museum also affords visitors the chance to learn how to create and design their own video games and even explore the human anatomy with the use of some of Sony?s medical imaging equipments dubbed as virtual surgery. Kids can also learn more about how animation or cartoons are being created through the wide and visually engaging ?Animation Ramp?. This exhibits serves as a good venue for children to find out about the five basic elements of animation from story to final composition.

The four story building also features a 73-seater high definition cinema which regularly screens High Definition Blu-Ray movies, documentaries as well as cartoons for kids such as Dora the Explorer to the colorful characters from Sesame Street. The Sony Wonder Tech Lab exhibits inspire young visitors to engage in creating communicating and collaborating with one another through the use of technology.
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